Thursday, March 28, 2019

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street ends up as yields, trade optimism rise

[CNBC] Mortgage rates see biggest weekly drop in a decade

[Yahoo] Turkey burns through a third of foreign reserves as lira plummets 5%

[Reuters] Kudlow says U.S. could lift some tariffs on China as part of trade deal

[AP] Top economists give Trump’s Fed pick Moore a rocky reception

[Bloomberg] John Williams Downplays Recession Fears, Stresses Flexible Fed Policy

[Bloomberg] Wall Street's ‘Fear Gauge’ Defies Growth Panic Flashed in Bonds

[Reuters] Turkey finance minister says share and bond markets expected to normalise in coming days

[Bloomberg] Global Investors May Spur Change in China’s $13 Trillion Debt Market

[Reuters] Lyft valued at $24.3 billion in first ride-hailing IPO

[Reuters] Venezuela bars Guaido from holding public office for 15 years

Thursday's News Links

[AP] Global shares mixed as US, China set to resume trade talks

[Reuters] Bond yields on the canvas, Turkey's lira on the ropes

[Reuters] Oil falls as Trump calls on OPEC to boost output

[Reuters] U.S. fourth-quarter GDP revised down; profits weak

[Reuters] Exclusive: China makes unprecedented proposals on tech transfer, trade challenges remain - U.S. officials

[Reuters] China will cut real interest rate levels, lower financing costs: Premier Li

[Bloomberg] Trump's Warships Test China’s Red Lines as Trade Talks Grind On

[Reuters] May's offer to quit fails to break Britain's Brexit stalemate

[UK Guardian] Turmoil in Turkey's financial markets after currency crackdown

[Bloomberg] Wall Street Sees Hurdles for Trump's ‘Vague’ Fannie-Freddie Plan

[Reuters] Erdogan says Turkey must cut interest rates to fight inflation

[Reuters] Russia says it sent 'specialists' to Venezuela, rebuffs Trump

[FT] What’s behind the big bond rally?

[FT] Turkey burns through foreign reserves to shore up lira

[FT] February lending to eurozone businesses picks up